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LCRC Presentations from the 2017 Annual Convention

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LCRC Presentations from the 2017 Annual Convention

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The Learning Communities Resource Center

This posting features the LCRC's mini-general session and fourteen additional sessions featured during the Community Action Partnership’s annual convention.

Learning Community Practice Transformation Mini-General Session

More details and recording of the session – This session will transform anti-poverty practice by showcasing how six agencies were impacted by the Learning Communities Resource Center.  Agencies will engage in a rapid presentation method to share their successes, challenges, and lessons learned from their respective projects.

Additional LCRC Sessions

Fourteen sessions shown below were also held during the convention.

Wednesday, August 30
Session descriptions and presentation slides

  • Understanding and Solving Youth Homelessness
  • Transforming Communities: Advocating for Family Success – A Rural 2-Gen Perspective
  • Lessons Learned From the Bundled Services LCG
  • Trauma Informed Case Management
  • Learning Community Practice Transformation

Thursday, August 31
Session descriptions and presentation slides

  • Ready, Set, Go—Tools and Tips on Leading a Learning Community
  • Beyond the "Racial Stalemate with handout material
  • The Health Wealth Connection: How Healthcare Organization Can Help You Tackle Poverty
  • Decreasing Family Homelessness: Lessons Learned
  • The Futures Project: Clarity, Impact, and Performance
  • Getting Results at the Community Level
  • Connecting National Economic Trends to the Local Economy: A New Toolkit for Local Economic Analysis
  • What's Behind the Bundle?

Friday, September 1
Session description and presentation slides

  • Your Money, Your Goals—New tools for the Front Line

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